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Scientists accidentally create a faster plastic-eating enzyme

Scientists in Britain and the US have accidentally mutated a plastic-eating enzyme that could quickly break down and fight plastic pollution.

Fighting Plastic Pollution: Scientists bioengineer plastic-eating enzyme

Fighting Plastic Pollution: Scientists bioengineer plastic-eating enzyme

Plastic population surpassing fish in the oceans by 2050

Plastic population surpassing fish in the oceans by 2050

Lagos Pollution: Plastic waste recycled into useful products

Lagos Pollution: Plastic waste recycled into useful products

Plastic Pollution: Ocean Cleanup System succeeds in its mission

Plastic Pollution: Ocean Cleanup System succeeds in its mission

Reuniting people separated during the partition

Reuniting people separated during the partition

Palestinian woman with prosthetic leg tailors to survive after 2014 Gaza war

Palestinian woman with prosthetic leg tailors to survive after 2014 Gaza war

Tunisian artists bring new life to old shoes

Tunisian artists bring new life to old shoes

UK liver disease deaths soar by 400% since 1970

UK liver disease deaths soar by 400% since 1970

Taliban Rule: One Year On

Taliban Rule: One Year On

Separated during the partition, two siblings finally reunite after 75 years

Separated during the partition, two siblings finally reunite after 75 years

UN experts express concern over Ukraine’s disabled children

UN experts express concern over Ukraine’s disabled children

What is ‘Greek Watergate’?

What is ‘Greek Watergate’?

WHO condemns attacks on Brazil's monkeys over monkeypox fears

WHO condemns attacks on Brazil's monkeys over monkeypox fears

Why is Iraqi actor Enas Taleb suing The Economist?

Why is Iraqi actor Enas Taleb suing The Economist?

What is the newly identified Langya virus?

What is the newly identified Langya virus?

Sam Cakmak: a new-generation digital illusionist

Sam Cakmak: a new-generation digital illusionist

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